Meet our wine farms

From Elim


Black Oystercatcher is a family-run wine farm at the cool southernmost tip of Africa. It’s here that these boutique wines are made by founder and winemaker, Dirk Human. Black Oystercatcher Wines offer crisp yet elegant, fruit flavours, formed by the cool coastal winds, the unique Elim soil and a distinctive wine-making philosophy.


Strandveld Vineyards is Africa’s southernmost vineyard and winery. The foundation range, First Sighting, expresses the unique terroir of the various soil types and extreme weather conditions. The Strandveld Vineyards range is crafted from only the finest grapes grown on very specific blocks on the farm. These wines are the ultimate expression of the time and place of their creation.


The Berrio, also from Elim, has a strong tradition: to thank God each day for the wind. For The Berrio Wines, it is the cooling effects of the winds that blow from three sides that allow the grapes to spend more time on the vine. And that brings with it wines of great intensity and layered complexity.


Ghost Corner Wines takes its inspiration from the extreme and mysterious landscape at the southernmost tip of Africa, where more than 130 ships have wrecked along the coast. And so the Ghost Corner vineyards make the most of the extreme climate, excellent growing conditions and cooling southeasterly breezes, to create award-winning wines.  


The Giant Periwinkle is a boutique winery created in 2009 when Pierre Jacques Rabie planted 616 vines in the town of Bredasdorp. The first wine was made in 2011. Today you can expect exclusive cool-climate wines, made with grapes of exceptional quality from this winery. Not to mention wines that are kept as natural as possible.



Enfin Wines passionately crafts wines by hand Garagiste-style, using the cool-climate grapes from the Elim region. It was started by Susan and Henk van Aswegen in 2014 – with the label inspired by the couple’s love for their two French poodles, Alice and Sebastian. Enfin Wines produced just Syrah wines in 2014, but last year added Pinot Noir and Fume Blanc to their resume.

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From Malgas


Sijnn Wines is an exciting range of Mediterranean varieties made from grapes sourced from young vineyards in Malgas. This area is known for its complex soils – with the Bokkeveld shale in various stages of weathering. These incredible soils give rise to wines that balance intensity and structure with aromatic complexity and finesse. 


From Cape Agulhas


Lomond from Gansbaai is known for nature-inspired wines reflecting a commitment to sustainable farming in the Cape Agulhas wine ward. For the Lomond team, the responsibility is to the soil and to the environment. And so Lomond Wines has taken a careful and holistic approach to viticulture, drawing the best out of the soil, and producing award-winning wines.

From Napier


Dâbar is the ancient Hebrew word for ‘promise’. And these new wines from Napier promise elegance and exotic flavours. They’re made by the highly qualified winemaker Rianie Strydom, who has travelled the world making high-quality wines – and now brings that experience to their Pinot Noir and Shiraz. 

The Drift are driven by a desire to make individual, superb quality wines with exceptional character. The wines are assiduously crafted by winemaker, Bruce Jack, using the grapes grown only on their farm in Napier – and capturing the extreme growing conditions that characterise the mountain farm.

Phone: +27 (0) 28 482 1618. Email: Venue: Black Oystercatcher